CHICAGO – Chevrolet could jump back into the rear-wheel-drive sedan market with a future Impala, the division’s top executive says. Chevrolet long has been rumored to be eying a slightly larger, RWD replacement for the Impala, which would separate the car in both size and character from the midsize Malibu. Speculation is the car would come off a future RWD platform (Zeta) that also could produce the Chevrolet Camaro, if the sports coupe gets the green light for production, as is widely ...
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